After years of arguing with Congress against providing an online method to submit information, the bureau is back to seriously studying the option.
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Poor security policies and lack of clear disciplinary actions allow unauthorized users to view personal information in files.
Claude Kicklighter will become director of the George Mason University School of Law’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Program.
Opponents of a law requiring agencies to withhold 3 percent of payments to contractors beginning in 2011 are looking for a legislative vehicle to keep it at bay a while longer.
Contract, worth a potential of $390 million, is another step toward consolidation of department's 18 data centers.
The money will cover extra costs the bureau will incur due to its decision not to use handheld computers to support the decennial census.
Appropriations committee, frustrated by delays, cuts US VISIT fiscal 2009 budget by nearly two-thirds.
If Barack Obama can emulate Reagan and cross the acceptability threshold, he will not only win but win big.
Executive order requires agencies to use common standards, reciprocal recognition.
But less than half of the programs know what percentage of payments is issued using online methods.